This article uses a real-word example of building a healthcare application to give a helpful introduction to code splitting.
In this article, Max Rosen reviews a few large-scale, open-source React apps that you might want to check out.
Mark Stewart wrote about how and why he converted the ReactJS.org documentation to use functions and hooks, instead of class-based components.
In this tutorial, you’ll create a React app using the official Redux + Typescript template and add OAuth 2.0 user authorization. The OAuth 2.0 authorization in this tutorial is used to connect to Spotify’s Web API, but can be used for any service with the same authorization flow. The web app created you’ll create is a stand-alone client-side web app with no server-side application needed.
In this tutorial you’ll use React, Firebase, and Material UI to create a TikTok clone. If your clone is good enough, maybe you’ll be able to convince millions of American teens to download it if/when the original TikTok gets banned 🙃.
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React Email Editor is a drag-n-drop email template builder component that makes it easy to add a solid email editor to your React apps. Designs are saved in JSON and can be exported as HTML.
A open-source tool to help React developers generate tests for a wide range of applications and technologies.
An open-source, spreadsheet-like interface for Firebase/Firestore built in React.
Radioactive state is a deeply reactive state. When it is mutated at any level (shallow or deep) it re-renders the component automatically.